305 West 150th Street

Artisanal bourbon. Avant-garde jazz. Vintage, one-of-a-kind couture. When it comes to matters of taste, you prefer timeless craftsmanship with a 21st-century spin.

And that’s why Harlem is so appealing to today’s style setters who choose to live in Manhattan. The housing stock is world famous for its architectural beauty and solid construction. The depth of the culture is legendary. And the opportunity to buy into this history – especially at starter prices – rarely comes along. Until now.

305 West 150th Street, sits directly across from Jackie Robinson Park on a tree lined promenade that is home to some of Harlem’s best co-ops and condominiums; The Langston and Ellington on the Park are just two. This impressive structure, built in 1921, houses 82 fully renovated, one-bedroom apartments, each with high ceilings, solid oak flooring, large windows, sleek fixtures and finishes, caesarstone counter tops, open kitchens with under cabinet lighting and elegant stainless steel appliances. The bathroom includes floor to ceiling ivory d’oriente tile with Duravit deep soaking tubs. Starbucks, New York Sports Club, a 24-hour Pathmark Supermarket and the ABCD and 3 subway trains are all within blocks. Additionally, a growing number of exciting local spots have arrived including The Grange, Il Caffe Latte and Mountain Bird, providing everything you need nearby and with midtown a quick 15-minute subway ride away.

Offering by Prospectus only. File# CD-13-0052

710 Riverside Drive

The buzz is all about Harlem, a diverse community rich in history and bursting with vitality—a glorious cultural tapestry. And the grand apartment houses that line Upper Riverside Drive just north of Columbia University are definitely getting their groove back! Think glamor. Think style. Think light and think space. Still think Manhattan ends at 96th Street? Think again.

710 Riverside Drive, a jazz-age gem at West 148th Street, is now ready for its close-up. An Art Deco lighted canopy welcomes you at curbside. Our richly appointed lobby is awash in elegance. Both, however, are mere preludes to the main event: sprawling pre-war apartments, completely renovated with luxuriously classic fixtures and finishes that beg to be called home. Add to that an amenity package* that rivals the best of new construction—fitness center, bike room, unit owner’s lounge with kids room, sky terrace with magnificent Hudson River views—and you’ll see why there’s no better value to be had in town.

Directly outside your door is Riverside Park itself, replete with playgrounds, bike paths, dog runs and more. A quick walk to the Number 1 train at 145th Street reveals an array of restaurants and shops, from Harlem Public to the Grange to Caridad, and easy access to Fairway at 133rd Street.

Offering by Prospectus only. File# CD-12-0219



Ellington On The Park

130 Bradhurst Avenue
Set alongside Jackie Robinson Park, Ellington on the Park brings affordable luxury to one of the city’s most architecturally distinguished and culturally significant neighborhoods.

The Savoy West

555 Lenox Avenue
A prewar condominium in historic Harlem, completely restored with the highest level of craftsmanship.

Park Lane Condominium

118 West 112th Street
Just steps from Central Park, the Park Lane Condominium offers the finest in city living. This pre-war building with classical architecture has been restored and offers beautiful one, two and three bedroom homes.

Park Place Condominium

42 West 120th Street
Elegantly renovated two room studios, one, and two bedroom apartments sitting directly in front of Marcus Garvey Park

Park Manhattan Condominium

411-421 Manhattan Avenue
Sitting east of Morningside Park, The Park Manhattan is a five story prewar condominium offering renovated studios, one, two, and three bedroom apartments.